Focus: Collaboration and work-tracking service.
Offer: Any U.S. government agency tackling the coronavirus crisis can use the company’s Smartsheet Gov product free of charge to help plan, track and communicate response plans. Smartsheet is also offering free templates for COVID-19 planning to its licensed users and others who sign up for a free trial.
Focus: Cloud-based call centers and business-continuity planning.
Offer: The company has made its business-continuity service free for 90 days for organizations that sign up before May 1.
Focus: Recording and distribution of video content.
Offer: The company is making its screen recording tool, TechSmith Snagit, and its collaboration platform, TechSmith Video Review free to use through the end of June. It’s also allowing existing customers to increase their usage of TechSmith’s digital-learning platform and online video-collaboration environment for no extra cost over the same time period.
Focus: Team collaboration and communication platform.
Offer: Another software firm whose tools enable remote work, Threads is making its Pro offering, which can support up to 100 members, free through July 1.
Focus: Videomessaging service.
Offer: As COVID-19 spread, Vidyard accelerated work on a service it was developing to help employees communicate with one another and to allow employers to share video messages with their workforces. Vidyard for Internal Communications will be available at no cost through June 30.
Focus: Cloud-communications and videoconferencing service.
Offer: The company is offering free licenses to its cloud-communications service for 90 days that will support up to 250 users. It is also making its standalone videoconferencing service available for free for 90 days and is letting healthcare companies, educational institutions and nonprofits use its more advanced business communications package without charge for the same period.
Focus: Cloud-based productivity tools.
Offer: To help small businesses, which are a big part of its customer base, Zoho has launched a program that will waive the cost of the applications being used by up to 20,000 companies for three months. Customers must apply for assistance and Sridhar Vembu, the company’s co-founder and CEO, has said Zoho will prioritize the ones most in need. The company has also launched a new set of free applications to support remote working.
Focus: Videoconferencing service.
Offer: As Forbes was the first to report, Zoom has removed a 40-minute meeting limit on its free Basic accounts for students and teachers at K-12 schools in America. The company has partnered with Clever, the most widely used single sign-on service used by U.S. school districts, so that schools who don’t have access to its service can get it quickly. It has also scrapped time limits on meetings for K-12 schools in a growing list of other countries impacted by COVID-19.
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